Press Release | November 2013
Cooper Corporation Pvt. Ltd successfully exports its first batch of Gensets to Ukraine in Europe
Cooper Corporation, an Engine Major known for its cost efficient and silent revolution of eco friendly diesel generators, successfully exported its first batch of "Cooper ECOPACK" diesel generators to Ukraine in Eastern Europe with a Long term contract for supply of Cooper Gensets in all the power ratings from 15 KVA to 180 KVA.
Ukraine is a country with very challenging environment and extremely harsh climate. Years of in-house research and the technical collaboration with Ricardo, UK, have culminated in the launch of the Cooper ECOPACK genset. These Low fuel consumption generators are lighter in weight, smaller in size and meets with the European Emission norms. Thus, making it the ideal pick for Ukrainian environment.
Not many Indian companies are present in Ukraine today. Cooper Corporation Pvt. Ltd is amongst the few Indian companies to foray into the European market. Best in class fuel consumption and long service intervals thereby lower maintenance costs plays a key decider favoring Cooper Corporation Gensets against global competition. Special fitments mentioned below have been incorporated to the Cooper Genset to meet the European customer requirements.
A. The Cold Star Kit – Enables the Genset to start and operate in extremely low temperatures
B. Output voltages unique to Ukraine
C. Special Auto Transfer switches developed
Commenting on the first export of Cooper Corps Diesel Generator, Mr. Farrokh N. Cooper, Chairman and Managing Director says, "This successful venture sets a global platform for Cooper Corporation, as our Gensets enjoy a unique position among other diesel power generators. These Gensets have been fitted with special fitments to sustain in extremely low temperatures and meet customer requirements in European countries. If our Engines can sustain harsh weather conditions like Ukraine, then climates like Shimla and Ooty are nothing to worry about for Cooper Gensets.”